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Adaptive clothing


Sometimes a stroke, Parkinson's, etc. will make it difficult to get dressed. Also, for those who are caregivers, sometimes helping someone get dressed, is also difficult. This article (linked below) lists a lot of companies that are making getting dressed a whole lot easier. And some of the clothing is also made to accomodate catheters, leg bags, and for changing incontinence briefs and underwear! The clothing also comes in a wide range of sizes - some up to 4XL! Hope this can help someone out!

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I have adaptive pants for bed changes and a jump suit to keep one from opening one's diaper.

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